The First Portable Integrating Sphere Lighting Tester

Measure lumens at your finger tips

Comparing lighting? 
Lumen matters.

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Measure Lumen

The advertised brightness of many automotive lightings and flashlights are unfortunately "inflated". Trust your own measurement.

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Lighting Efficiency

Luminous efficacy (lumen/watt) is the best indicator of a bulb's efficiency. Higher luminous efficacy means more light with less energy consumption. ✅

Higher Watts ≠ Brighter

Higher watts does not necessarily lead to higher lumens. Using watts to compare lights can be misleading because more an efficient bulb can produce more light using less power.

Lumen measurement made easy

The portable integrating sphere tester makes it super easy to measure lumens without going through a photometric testing lab. Measure up to 13000 lumens and 130 watts at your finger tips.
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Think Lumens, Not Watts

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tHINK LUMENs, NOT WATTS

Higher Watts ≠ More lumens

Luminous Efficacy is the best performance indicator of a light source, not Watts. Higher luminous efficacy ensures brighter light  using the same power.

✅ More efficient light

· H11 Headlight
· 38.2 watts
· 4095 lumens
· 107 lumens/watts (higher luminous efficacy)

❌ Less efficient light

· H11 Headlight
· 44.5 watts
· 3480 lumens
· 78.2 lumens/watts (lower luminous efficacy)

Why test lighting efficiency? 

Higher watts doesn't necessarily mean brighter light. The luminous efficacy value indicates a  bulb's lighting efficiency. Bulbs with higher luminous efficacy produce more light and less heat waste.
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Test all kinds of automotive lightings

Help your clients compare the pros/cons of different lighting options to make more informative purchasing decisions.

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Think Lumens, Not Watts

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Luminous Efficacy

Higher luminous efficacy. 
More light, less watts

Use luminous efficacy measurement to easily identify the more efficient light bulb.

What is luminous efficacy and why it matters?

Luminous Efficacy is the best performance indicator of a light source, not Watts. A more efficient light bulb can produce more lumens than a less efficient one with higher watts.

When comparing two lights of the same watts, go for the higher luminous efficacy. Higher luminous efficacy means higher lighting efficiency, which ensures brighter light using the same amount of power.


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All-in-one tester

The only lighting tester you need for all your lighting testing needs.

· Lumens
· Luminous efficacy (lighting efficiency)
· Watts
· Voltage
· Current

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FAQs

Frequently asked questions
Can I recalibrate the tester?

Yes. Request your PIN code by emailing info@tklamp.co with the serial number of your tester. The serial number is a 4-digit number printed on the top right corner of the display.

How often should I recalibrate the tester?

We suggest to recalibrate the tester every 3-6 months

How long does the shipping take?

Shipping takes 2-7 business days within the U.S..

Do you ship international? 

Yes. We do! Input your address to see the shipping cost.

Do you offer the integrating sphere in different sizes?

Currently we do not. We use a standard sphere for both flashlight and headlight tester. Drop us a line if you are looking for a bigger or smaller sphere.

What are the differences between the beta and new version of the flashlight tester?

1. Beta version contains a standalone sphere and an LCD screen. It does not come with a carry-on case. 2. Beta version can only be powered by USB. 3. Beta version displays lux and new version displays candela.